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28th February 2020

Berlin, Germany

Part of the BOB series
Lohmann & Birkner »

Main Room

Sessions in this room

  1. in Main Room

    Opening Performance (Alexandra Cárdenas)

    Composer, programmer and improviser of music, Alexandra Cárdenas has followed a path from Western classical composition to improvisation and live electronics. Using open source software like Super Collider and Tidal, her work is focused on the exploration of the musicality of code and the algorithmic behaviour of music. An important part of this exploration consists of the practice of live coding, including performances at the forefront of the Algorave scene. Currently she lives in Berlin, Germany and is doing her masters in Sound Studies at the Berlin University of the Arts.

    Samples of her work are on her YouTube channel.

  2. in Main Room

    Keynote (Heather Miller)

    Heather Miller is a professor at Carnegie Mellon University, in the School of Computer Science, primarily affiliated with the Institute for Software Research. Formerly, she was the co-founder and Executive Director of the Scala Center at EPFL. She was also an Assistant Clinical Professor in the College of Computer and Information Science at Northeastern University.

    Some of her projects include programming models and type systems to facilitate the design of new, functional distributed systems, such as distributable closures, flexible, extensible, and performant serialization, asynchronous and concurrent programming via futures and promises, and deterministic concurrent dataflow.

    She works on and around the Scala programming language.

  3. in Main Room

    Coffee break

    With a talk from our sponsor!